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    Antique Wooden Clamp, January 2020

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    Ken, I just bought a brand new USA made wood clamp, but not for wood, it will hold glass to clean for emulsion coating...after I mod it with router

    Now I know what it will look like in a few hundred years!

    so little time...
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    Really nice Ken. What lens and film combo are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheinfluger_77 View Post
    Really nice Ken. What lens and film combo are you using?
    Thank you Steve.

    I used a Sony A7RII and a 55mm Micro-Nikkor f/2.8 lens with a short extension tube.

    At 1:1 magnification, depth of field is very shallow. The image was made from 54 separate exposures (each at a slightly different point of focus), combined afterwards using Helicon Focus software.

    On a "full-frame" digital sensor cropped to the 4x5 ratio, a 55mm lens gives the same basic angle of view as a classic 9-inch portrait lens on 4x5: my favorite

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    If image quality it not a major priority, you can get fish eye lenses that clip on your cell phone camera for $10-30. Sorta like a clothes pin with a lens on it. Lots of fun. Better than lomo quality. A wide angle lens made for crop sensor used on a full frame digital camera might also have a round image, like the old 12-24 AFS dx lens on a fx camera.

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    Terrific texture, Ken!
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    Antique Wooden Clamp, January 2020

    One of the things I enjoy about Winter is that you can take the time to sit in a chair and shoot a subject like this, exploring different compositions and approaches.

    It reminds me of my first excursion with Fred: we went shooting in a cemetery, where he showed me how moving the tripod just a few inches changes the image dramatically. Here, it's a matter of millimeters.

    Jan 8 2020: Revised with different image.
    Last edited by Ken Lee; 8-Jan-2020 at 08:30.

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    Hendrix Infared Fisheye by Nokton48, on Flickr[/QUOTE]

    I have this album. Kind of over-rated in my opinion. But the photography is nice.
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ID:	199228Mendocino Coast. 35mm slide film. Minolta Freedom Tele AF.
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